From the 14th to 18th March, the Queensland Art Collective is proudly presenting a free exhibition at the historical Richard Randall Art Studio Gallery in Mount Coot-Tha.
The Queensland Art Collective, which is currently presided over by Australian artist Nev Logan, has been exhibiting their work to the public for over three decades.
The group is made up of eight talented Brisbane artists, including President Nev Logan and secretary Jean Blake, who meet regularly to exhibit and market their work.
An extensive variety of artistic styles and techniques will be on display over the five days, including watercolours, oils, acrylic, pastel & wash.
From stunning imagery of Australian landscapes and European destinations to detailed Town Scapes and Traditional Stills of flowers and animals, this exhibition is sure to delight all art enthusiasts.
The Queensland Art Collective exhibition is open to the public from 9am to 5pm daily. This exhibition affords locals the unique opportunity to support a local art collective and also enjoy the Brisbane Botanic Gardens this Autumn. All are welcome.
This exhibition affords locals the unique opportunity to support a local art collective and also enjoy the Brisbane Botanic Gardens this Autumn. All are welcome.